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Reader Review: 2020 Toyota Corolla Hybrid
Toyota’s 2020 Corolla is all new from top to bottom and front to back. Now in its 12th generation, the Corolla platform first launched way back in 1966. Since then, the car has been a perennial best-seller for Toyota with more than 45 million examples sold worldwide.
GM president: Electric cars won't go mainstream until we fix these problems
The automotive industry is hurtling toward a future that will change transportation the same way electricity changed how we light the world. Electric and self-driving vehicles will alter the automotive landscape forever — it's only a question of how soon.
Tesla reveals Cybertruck, but breaks its 'unbreakable' windows during unveiling
The Cybertruck has arrived and it looks nothing like any pickup truck you've ever seen. Tesla CEO Elon Musk revealed the long-awaited electric pickup truck at its Design Studio in Hawthorne, California, just outside Los Angeles.
California joins boycott of Trump-allied automakers
Following the disappointing decision by Toyota, GM and Fiat Chrysler to side with the Trump administration’s campaign to strip California of its authority to set stringent fuel economy standards, some pundits and influencers began calling for a boycott.
Why did Porsche go to the trouble of designing an 800 V Taycan EV?
Porsche took on a considerable engineering challenge when it decided to design an 800 V EV system for the Taycan, because nearly every other hybrid and EV in the world operates at 400 V or less. There simply was not a wide range of high-voltage off-the-shelf parts that have been rigorously tested for the high demands of the automotive world (operating every day, in any climate on earth, for 10 to 15 years without issue). So, Porsche reportedly worked very closely with suppliers to design and qualify everything from the power semiconductors to the insulation.